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Flashback: The Airbus A340 Program

    Flashback: The Airbus A340 Program

MIAMI — The current generation of the Airbus widebody family, the A340 and the A330, entered service on February 2, 1993, and January 17, 1994, respectively.  The A340’s maiden flight

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Flying like a Quetzal with Avianca (TACA) in Central America

    Flying like a Quetzal with Avianca (TACA) in Central America

SAN SALVADOR — TACA Airlines, now Avianca El Salvador after merging Colombia’s Avianca, traces its history back to 1931.  Its hub is in San Salvador’s Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport (SAL),

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Newark-Liberty in the 1990

    Newark-Liberty in the 1990

Published in March 2015 issue  By Luis Linares With respect to flying out of the New York City area, Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR/ KEWR) is probably not the first

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Eastern is back!

    Eastern is back!

Published in September 2015 issue 24 years after its collapse, the iconic airline brand is back. Is it here to stay? By Luis Linares More than 24 years after its

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Around Brazil Aboard TAM Airlines

    Around Brazil Aboard TAM Airlines

BRASILIA — Between work and leisure, I have had several opportunities to sample domestic air travel in Brazil in the

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In-flight Review: Does GOL score?

    In-flight Review:  Does GOL score?

MIAMI — Over the last couple of months, I had an opportunity to sample six domestic segments aboard Brazil’s GOL Airlines,

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One Final Lookback at US Airways

    One Final Lookback at US Airways

MIAMI— On October 17, 2015, US Airways (US) finally faded away with the final departure of commemorative flight US1939 as its

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Economy Class on American’s Refurbished Boeing 767

    Economy Class on American’s Refurbished Boeing 767

American Airlines is in the process of upgrading the cabins on their youngest Boeing 767-300ERs, which fly to destinations in

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Airbus COO John Leahy Kicks-off Innovation Days with Program Updates

    Airbus COO John Leahy Kicks-off Innovation Days with Program Updates

MIAMI — John Leahy, COO of Airbus kicked off the company’s Innovation Days 2015 with various program updates.  Leahy stressed

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Flashback Friday: The Boeing 757

    Flashback Friday: The Boeing 757

MIAMI — Over the past year, an important topic in aviation news has been the future of the Boeing 757. 

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